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24 Nov 2020

Vale´s response

...Vale was aware, through the media, of the Report “Collusion in Destruction III” and acknowledges the importance of entities in defending and promoting the rights of Indigenous Peoples, however, we consider it important to present some information and data on Vale's relationship with Indigenous Peoples that, unfortunately, were not considered in the report, as shown below. Firstly, we inform that Vale, when dealing with Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Communities, follows the guidelines of its Global Human Rights Policy, which is in line with the main international references related to the subject, such as the ICMM's Position Statement on Indigenous Peoples and Mining, ILO (International Labor Organization) Convention No. 169 and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, as well as the laws provided for in the countries where Vale operates. Respect for Indigenous Peoples, as well as for other communities surrounding its operations, is a public commitment of Vale, which also acts focused on respect for the rights of these populations, through the management of risks or impacts of its activities, qualified relationships and the view that there is always room for improvement. Vale informs that it does not carry out any mineral research or prospecting activities inside indigenous lands in Brazil, and is in strict compliance with current legislation...